SonOfThought

India

नमस्ते (Namaste)

Living with little children I work for a peaceful society. But that work and its results are not mine. Idam na mama. I always wish to remember this great truth. So, like a visitor I live in this world.

Some children ask silly questions. Their innocent silly-questions may help us to think better and make us wise. Like a fool I like such silly questions.

At this age I can't understand great ideas. So, brilliant SE users may feel my ideas as foolishness. But I don't worry about that.

I never believe anything until I get a satisfactory answer to my questions. Like you, most often I try to find the answer by myself to any confusing question that disturbs me. But I never consider it as a good quality in me.

I understand that Holy books are like ladders to reach high. They are meant for goodness in society. One gives up that also when his aim is the Ultimate. He only realizes that it; the Ultimate.

When people have over confidence in Modern Science,...there is nothing to wonder...they will misinterpret even the words of the Founders of Religions.

Since I haven't read much about Indian culture, I didn't get enough time to study about religions. This culture (Indian) taught me the truth Ekam sat vipra bahudha vadanti and vasudhaiva kudumbakam. I respect those great men who taught us these Great Truths.

Since I am away from this language I 'edit myself' frequently to avoid misinterpretation. But when I do so I never change the main idea. And when I feel my answers incomprehensible (to others), to avoid long discussions or misleading, I usually delete them. But you can use it for further verification. I am quite sure it will be useful.

"If you are proud of your intellect, try to know your fellow beings with your own intellect. Don't worry if you can't. If you are humble always and if you love them earnestly, may 'It' help you to be steady and look into yourself and reveal the Truth. And that will lead you to eternal peace. When you realize the Truth you will know who your fellow beings are. If that is the eternal truth it will be the same always and everywhere."

Lokāḥ Samastāḥ Sukhino Bhavantu

Now you may criticize me if I posted any nonsense in my answers. Thank you for spending time for reading my profile.

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